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The Week that was in Royalty - March 27 to April 2

Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip during the Easter Service at Windsor.
Image: Getty/Telegraph
It's been another busy week for our royals. You might be wondering what have they been up to? Here's our round-up of the week that was in the world of royalty. 

March 27

The Queen attends Easter Day service at Windsor. The Queen and members of the Royal Family have attended an Easter Day Service at St. George's Chapel in Windsor. Queen Elizabeth II was wearing a lemon yellow coat and matching hat. With her are Prince Phillip and her children Prince Edward, Prince Andrew and Princess Anne.

Crown Prince Leka of the Albanians to get married. Prince Leka of the Albanians has declared his wedding date with Miss Elia Zaharia to be held on the 8th of October 2016 in Tirana.

March 29

Queen Rania attends a counseling session with Syrian women who have been left psychologically scarred after fleeing conflict to start new lives in Jordan

Russian princess is writing a tell-all book about her 'fairytale' life as a Romanoff living in a 13th century Kent mansion. Princess Olga Romanoff, daughter of Prince Andrei Romanoff, a nephew of Tsar Nicholas II is now writing a book that will contain tales of father roller-skating through palace corridors. She describes life as 'a blend of Darling Buds of May and Downton Abbey'

March 30

King Harald and Queen Sonja invite “people in general” to garden party. King Harald and Queen Sonja will have “people in general” as guests when they hold a garden party in six Norwegian cities this summer.

Princess Maria-Olympia and her cousins. Image: Hello

Princess Maria-Olympia stars in new photo shoot with her cousins. Considered as the “society darlings for the social-media age,” Princess Maria-Olympia of Greece, 19, along with her cousins Isabel Getty, 22, and Talita Von Fürstenberg, 16, star in a new photo shoot for Vanity Fair.

Queen Maxima catches everyone’s attention with her fashion statement at symposium. Queen Maxima wears a large statement floral necklace as she attends a music symposium in Amsterdam.   To match the necklace is a neutral outfit. 

Queen Maxima at a music symposium in
Amsterdam. Image: Action Press/
March 31

Incredible story of tree surgeon rescued by Prince William. Watch

Crown Princess Victoria resumes work 28 days after giving birth. She attended a lecture held by UN Secretary General

April 1

Queen Elizabeth's 90th birthday plans are now final.  Her Majesty is slated to undertake two engagements in Windsor with Prince Philip  to meet with locals from the town before unveiling a plaque marking The Queen's Walkway.

She will also light the first of more than 1,000 beacons across the Britain and other countries to mark her 90th birthday. The ceremonial lighting will take place also in Windsor on the evening of 21 April.


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